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gaudy

Brit a celebratory festival or feast held at some schools and colleges
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In Paris, London, Rome, Trieste, and all over Europe, cultural landscapes wouldn't be the same anymore: Pound's obsession with the "tawdry cheapness", surviving beauty-cannot be understood if not through Gaudier Brzeska's work and sacrifice, thus remembered by Pound in his A Memoir of Gaudier-Brzeska:
The effect is something like sitting in a dentist's reception reading The Economist for a while, before setting it down and guiltily leafing through something gaudier.
He loved flowers (the brighter and gaudier the better) so floral tributes would be welcome All enquiries to The Co-operative Funeralcare 184 Ansty Road, Wyken, Coventry CV2 3EX Tel: 024 76650619 WIGGINTON Ralph Standard Triumph Passed away on December 6th aged 88.
The Web console for monitoring jobs is perfectly nice, but it lacks some of the gaudier features you'll find in other distributions.
Meanwhile a gaudier version out of Hong Kong, the Bible Inspiration Alarm Clock, is shaped like a cross and lights up as the alarm goes off.
Bigger saugers love bulk and at times the gaudier the rig the better.
Power numbers were noticeably down, making the eye-opening numbers of the steroid-enhanced decades following look even gaudier.
Even to Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, the modernist sculptor who was also killed at the Front, Private Walsh must have seemed one of those 'unimportant units' of 'over-numerous humanity' whom, as Gaudier declared in the 1915 war number of Lewis's Blast, the war was busily purging.
It was suddenly possible to see a Gaudier Brzeska carving and a Murray Stait bowl in the same exhibition.
INSPIRED BY DAFFODILS Whispering their intrigues Like the Good Friday mob; But these expect the ecstacy of Easter Brazen trumpeted heralds of the new season Dew dropped Rain drenched Snow dressed Wind defying And after equinox These Lenten lilies wait nodding on the grassy banks The commonest of Springtime flowers (the cheapest on the florists stall) Just a few pence can fill a bowl with gold Yet later, gaudier flowers cannot compare With the pure joy of daffodils.
Camera (color), Jean-Francois Robin; editor, Joelle Hache; music, Alexandre Desplat; production designer, Bernard Vezat; costume designer, Pierre-Yves Gayraud; sound (Dolby Digital/DTS), Henri Morelle, Jean Goudier, Thomas Gaudier, assistant director, Alain Olivieri-Afar, casting, Elodie Demey.
Silver offers a subtle, more subdued appearance to its gaudier cousin gold.